NEET exam held in Riyadh and 553 students attended


RIYADH: This year’s medical AYUSH entrance exam, NEET, was successfully completed in Saudi on Monday. A total of 553 candidates appeared for the exam held at the International Indian School Boys in Riyadh. Out of 566 registered candidates, 13 did not appear for the exam.

International Indian School Principal Meera Rahman, who is also the Superintendent of Examinations, expressed happiness over the timely and transparent completion of the examination process without any difficulty and congratulated the supervising officials. Parents and students are satisfied and happy with the excellent organization.

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Juice and cake were provided to the students who spent a long time studying for the exam. Central Observer Muhammad Shabir (Indian Abasi) Another Observer Prof. The examination was conducted in the presence of Gokul Kumari (E. Commerce). The evaluation of the exam will be held in India.

Answer sheets were sent home for this purpose. This time, apart from India, 14 examination centers were prepared in 12 countries. Eight of these centers are in the Middle East region. There were three examination centers in the UAE, one each in Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Oman and Saudi Arabia. The exams are set by the National Testing Agency in foreign countries.



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